Having just heard that US Airways is adding yet another fee to their industry leading fee lineup, I was wondering what you think the breaking point is...I mean when is enough enough? US wants to charge a $25 phone transaction fee for changing reservations using an agent (in addition to the $150 change fee). If you want to change your reservation at the airport using an agent, that will be $35... What started the debate was when someone was told that this new fee schedule would apply even in the event that the caller is trying to change his schedule in conjunction with an existing weather waiver.. While the example is US, this is an industry wide issue, which is why I am posting it here. I do not think it appropriate for any airline to prey on distressed customers for any reason-a waiver should be a waiver...period. We all know we're going to have to live with fees in one form or another, but I'd like to know--what's your breaking point?